Accusing the administration of unleashing the policies of oppression and repression at the behest of BJP against the opposition parties particularly JKNPP, Harshdev Singh JKNPP chairman and former Minister reprimanded the present regime for following two sets of norms in J&K, one for BJP and the other for opposition parties.
“The democracy has been trampled by the BJP for quelling the voice of the people. The hunger for power has made BJP to go berserk with its frenzied goons causing unrest and insecurity among the people. Its high headed Ex-MLAs are abetting the commission of offences by using poor people over others. Ironically, the administration is acting as its stooge to execute the dirty plans”, said Harshdev.
He was addressing huge public meetings at Tagan, Sattian, Sulan, Kela, and Prey villages of Ramnagar DDC along with Party candidate Rampaul Bhagat.
Rebuking the BJP for unleashing the reign of terror in the entire Jammu province and Udhampur district in particular, Singh said that BJP which had become desperate and frustrated in view of the growing mass base of Panthers Party, had now resorted to browbeat the workers of the Panthers party activists. “The NPP activists are being threatened, harassed and intimidated by the Ex-BJP MLA Ramnagar for exposing his acts of omissions and commissions committed during the last few years.
The said Ex-MLA however crossed all limits of late when he along with his gun-men/PSOs pounced upon NPP leader Pawan Rassal and assaulted and manhandled him at Basantgarh in Ramnagar constituency,” he added.
Cautioning the Government functionaries to refrain from indulging in political mis-adventurism, the NPP chairman said that any attempt to browbeat or unduly harass the NPP leaders, workers on political grounds would invite stiff resistance and reaction from rank and file of the party.
He said that people now have come to know about the dirty intentions of the BJP and will teach BJP a befitting lesson.
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